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Construction Companies

Navrattan Crete - More Strength, Durable, Economical, Pollution Free

Advanced scientific research has enabled Navrattan Crete to understand and bring to you a product that will improve the cement industry’s performance and further develop even greater innovations.

Increases overall profitability for your Company

Using our Navrattan Crete and inculcating other good construction site practice can help to control and prevent pollution. Navrattan Crete is about 15%-20% less expensive than Portland Cement resulting in overall profitability for your company. Our product has more strength, durability and elasticity which makes the concrete everlasting and low maintenance.

Pollution Free

The construction industry is a major source of pollution, responsible for around 4% of particulate emissions, more water pollution incidents than any other industry, and thousands of noise complaints every year. Although construction activities also pollute the soil, the main areas of concern are: air, water and noise pollution. The first step is to prepare environmental risk assessments for all construction activities and materials likely to cause pollution. Specific measures can then be taken to mitigate these risks. With Navrattan Crete the construction company can be rest assured of not causing any harm to the environment as this is the only innovative product so far that causes no pollution and helps build better and stronger cement.

The government agencies are putting increasing pressure on construction companies to reduce pollution and conform to environmental regulations. In the past the pollution fines have been low and environmental regulations slack, and it could have been perceived as cheaper to pollute than to prevent pollution. This situation is now changing, and enforcement of environmental regulations is not only very expensive but can be irreversibly damaging to the reputation of a firm. Switching to Navrattan Crete can reduce and control pollution to a great extent and is relatively inexpensive and cost-effective. By employing these practices, the construction industry is well positioned to clean up its act.